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Appropriate Community Psychology in Papua New Guinea

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  05 May 2015

Stewart Forsyth*
Affiliation:
Hanns Seidel Foundation, Rabaul
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Abstract

To ensure that psychological procedures fit into the community, seven dimensions of ‘appropriateness’ must be evaluated. Counselling training, which has been provided to community workers, is considered in terms of these criteria including its relevance to dealing with the behavioural problems of urban Papua New Guineans.

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Copyright © Massey University - Treat as syndics title 1984

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